The low-cost airline Sky announced the start of its international expansion plan, which considers Peru as the country chosen for the installation of its first base abroad.
“For us, it’s a big step. This is the first stage of Sky’s internationalization, which we will consolidate step by step,” said Sky CEO Holger Paulmann, according to El Comercio.
Paulmann explained to the media that Sky chose Peru for its first base abroad because of the country’s “economic stability”, as well as “the confidence it projects and its growth rates”, you can read in the aforementioned website.
“All that makes it a very attractive country to invest in and build long-term relationships of trust”, Sky CEO added.
According to the established schedule, during the next few days, the company will begin to process the official permits to operate fully in Peru – with national and international destinations.
Meanwhile, Sky’s first commercial flight in the Inca country would be scheduled for the first half of 2019.
“The installation of Sky in Peru will have an important benefit for the people since the prices of the tickets could fall by about 30%”, said Paulmann.